The audiobook isn’t that bad, but isn’t amazingly good, either. This book is a more technical book, thus I recommend the audio only for those who can keep up with it. I’m in my Senior year at Liberty and I’m not tracking on all four cylinders. However, the narration isn’t all too bad. Sean Runnette is the narrator for this book as well, and he stepped up his game a bit.
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